A very dear Episcopalian friend of mine is wondering if the information in the link below will have anything to do with non-Catholics being able to participate in Catholic Holy Communion. Can you help me answer her please?
I would think this has only to do with baptism, in the instance that if someone wants to convert to the Catholic faith, his or her baptism would be accepted. Many baptisms are accepted, but the link below seems to be expanding this. I just don't see that this has to do with Holy Communion between Protestants and Catholics. Thank you very much for any help on this you can give me.
I'm very glad about our Holy Father's reaching out to our Anglican and Episcopalians through the Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of St. Peter. I just want to make sure I have the correct understanding whenever someone asks me an ecumenical question.